A lot of major changes coming out of Canvas this weekend. Most notably, Box and Crocodoc, Canvas’s go-to tools for previewing uploaded documents on the page and allowing inline annotations in Speedgrader, have both been replaced by DocViewer. DocViewer is directly from the Canvas people themselves, so it's easy-to-use, has added features, and better fits … Continue reading Box and Crocodoc in Canvas Replaced by DocViewer!
Winter 2011 December 30 - Angel classrooms open for students January 3 - first day for face-to-face, eCorrespondence, Hybrid and Web-Enhanced classes January 6 - first day for Fully Online classes January 17 - Martin Luther King Holiday (campus closed) February 11 - Advising Day (all classes will meet) February 21 - President's Day Holiday (campus … Continue reading Important Dates for Winter 2011
When you create assignments in Angel, they are entered in the order you create them. This means that if you're on a roll and you create Test #1, then Test #2, next Test #4 and back to Test #3, they'll be in your grade book as #1, #2, #4, #3. oh oh! However, it's easy to … Continue reading Rearranging Assignments in Angel Gradebook
I've always wanted to dig into this, so I finally did. You can open a student's Word document and add comments, revisions and such, and the student can see HOW you changed the document. It's very cool and could save an instructor a TON of time. Below is a link to a video showing how … Continue reading Grading Students’ Word Documents